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Budget stalemate must be broken

June 9, 2016 At first glance, some West Virginians may wonder why the Legislature is not scheduled to resume work on a state budget until Sunday. Gov. more »»

Ali had a lifetime of iconic moments

June 8, 2016 In a lifetime that was filled with iconic moments, it’s nearly impossible to choose one that best captured the life of Muhammad Al. more »»

Continue work on fireworks ordinance

June 7, 2016 Weirton officials are right to worry that a new state law allowing sale of more powerful fireworks than in the past could jeopardize the safety of city residents and businesses. more »»

Honoring those who stood against the odds

June 6, 2016 Today marks the 72nd anniversary of D-Day, and it is appropriate that we honor those who were willing to stand tall against what some considered to be nearly impossible odds to defend our freedoms. more »»

Give life, donate blood

June 5, 2016 Area residents will have an opportunity to help others on June 15. That's when this year's Jefferson County Media Day Blood Drive is scheduled to be held at St. Florian Hall in Wintersville. more »»

Take precautions, prevent skin cancer

June 4, 2016 The first hot and sunny week of the summer season should make everyone think of the dangers of skin cancer. more »»

Take a step back with Frontier Days

June 3, 2016 Tri-State Area residents can take a step back in time this weekend during Ohio Valley Frontier Days at Historic Fort Steuben in downtown Steubenville. more »»

Freedom riders set for another trip

June 2, 2016 An annual effort to raise money for scholarships at a local Christian school begins today, and we wish its participants well while also encouraging the community to show its support. more »»

Hotline a new way to get help

June 1, 2016 There are many area residents who have either fought their own battle against drug addiction, or have known someone involved in a battle of their own. more »»

Play it safe in the pool

May 31, 2016 The weather finally has gotten warm, children are out of school and Memorial Day has passed. It is officially pool seaso. more »»

Remember the real reason for today

May 30, 2016 Today is casually considered the start of the summer vacation season. The kids are out of or about to get out of school. The weather has taken a turn for the better. The grills are out in full forc. more »»

Ordinance is a new option

May 29, 2016 There are almost constant efforts being made to provide new entertainment and activities for our area residents, with many organized in the hope of keeping people local instead of traveling outside... more »»

Show support for swimmer

May 28, 2016 For the last few months, Ben Hooper has been living with family in the Ohio Valley, all while focusing on the task of breaking a world record by swimming the Atlantic Ocean, from Senegal to Brazil. more »»

Rein in W.Va. PEIA spending

May 27, 2016 This could be labeled the Year of Unfinished Business for West Virginia legislators. more »»

Ready for another summer of music

May 26, 2016 Music will be coming from the Weirton Event Center just about every Friday this summer, with the annual Downtown at Sundown summer concert series set to kick off this week. more »»

The fort will be rocking this summer

May 25, 2016 Music will fill downtown Steubenville beginning Thursday, as the 10th-annual summer concert series at the Louis and Sandra Berkman Amphitheater at Historic Fort Steuben gets under way. more »»

Safer was among the best of us

May 24, 2016 Though broadcasters refer to their on-air personnel as “talent,” the word around “60 Minutes” back in the early 1970s had to be “reporte. more »»

Studying higher ed in West Virginia

May 23, 2016 Job One after West Virginia legislators adopt a new budget should be keeping this year’s fiasco from occurring again. more »»

Use new ideas in budget work

May 22, 2016 There was good news this week: Republican legislators have come up with ways to handle a big chunk of the $270 million budget gap they and Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin have been discussing. more »»

Gambling idea could be a good bet

May 21, 2016 Operators of the gambling machines seen in many convenience stores, bars and other establishments ought to be the most popular people in Charleston this week. more »»

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